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Redwood Beach Resort
Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Mechapa
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“Amazing location, great hosts and lots of adventures to be had!”
Reviewed January 2, 2013

My wife & I came to Redwood to welcome in the New Year as part of our honeymoon. We had an amazing 3 days including climbing Volcano Consiguina, kayaking through the mangroves, riding Mike's motorbike up the beach, bird watching galore, hunting crabs and watching a turtle nest! Stacy & Mike, the owners, are great hosts and have a friendly team of locals working for them. The accommodation is spacious, comfortable & clean (definitely worth $10 extra for the AC), the set menu was v tasty and they even went the extra mile to put together a turkey dinner on New Years Eve. If you're looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of the cities, whether for a relaxing few days on the beach or an adventure filled break, then Redwood Beach Resorts should be on your list of places to visit.

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Reviewed December 30, 2012

Mike and Stacie are the best hosts. Not only do they provide you with one of their beautiful beach bungalows, which is enough in itself, but they make sure you are always having fun. From sipping cold beers all day to non stop adventure, these people will hook you up. We'll be back : )

  • Stayed December 2012
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Reviewed December 30, 2012

A place where you arrive and immediately get a good feeling about it. I guess it'09s the expanse of the beach that adds to the general feeling. We did fishing (excellent) and kayaking and some swimming, we read books, went shell combing, took some excellent pictures and generally enjoyed the stay. The conversations with the hosts were most enjoyable, too.
We recommend this place.
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  • Stayed December 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed December 22, 2012

We found RBR while looking for a last minute getaway. We have been looking for a ‘Cabana on the Beach’ and this seemed just right. We contacted RBR a week before we were scheduled to arrive. Stacy responded almost immediately via email and let us know that while the ‘Ambassadors Cabana’ was unavailable for our stay, she would be able to accommodate us in an Oceanfront Cabana with the Mechapa Papa all inclusive package. Within 24 hours we were booked and Stacy was sending us lots of good information on the property and the package.

As part of the package, ‘VIP airport arrival’ is included. We have traveled internationally extensively for both work and pleasure, and were not really concerned about the customs and immigration process. But the VIP package was very nice. As we got off the plane, a representative met us on the ramp, took our documentation, passports, entry fee and baggage claim stubs and then escorted us to the VIP lounge to wait. We had a drink and a light snack while they took care of everything. We waited about 10 or 15 minutes for them to come back with our bags and our passports. During that time, Guillermo, the driver from RBR arrived. As soon as our bags arrived we were ready to head out.

Unbeknownst to us, we had arrived at 12:15 PM on a national holiday, when all the businesses let out at noon. So traffic was a bit heavier than normal. The drive to Mechapa was 4 hours and 30 minutes. The roads (once outside of Managua) are mostly two-lane highways and if you are stuck behind a slow truck, farm equipment, etc. it often takes a while to pass. But we used that time to sightsee – you get some great views of various volcanoes along the way. The last 13 kilometers to Mechapa are on an unpaved road (which apparently is not bad by Nicaraguan standards, but would certainly be called a 4-wheel drive road back in the States).

When we pulled up in the driveway, I opened the car door to a small tan dog that immediately bumped her head into my leg to be petted. We are normally a little leery about strange dogs in foreign countries but she was so friendly I couldn’t get out of the car without petting her. Stacy came over to meet us with a big hug and said ‘I see you have met my dog, Coquetta – her name means flirt’. Being dog lovers we immediately fell in love with this sweet little dog.

Stacy gave us a quick tour of the main area of the property – pointing out the important features like the honor bar and where the ice was in the kitchen. We grabbed a beer and she took us to our Cabana (Cabana #2). We were a little worried that since we booked late we would not really get an oceanfront cabana, but this one was right on the beach with a fabulous view. The cabana had a large porch with two rocking chairs and a hammock. The room was clean, with two full sized beds. The beds were very comfortable with nice sheets and three pillows on each bed. The bathroom was large and the shower had a garden in it (including small coconut tree). Stacy pointed out that the pink straw hat that was the light fixture was her first hat when she came to Mechapa. The cabana had an air conditioner but no hot running water. As it turns out, you really don’t need hot water when the temperature is in the 80s pretty much all the time. The best part was that you could hear the ocean even when inside the cabana (it was that close to the beach).

About the other cabanas: Cabana 1 (Ambassador Cabana), 2, 3 and 4 are all directly on the beach. Cabanas 5 and 6 are set back from the beach a bit, but are offset from the other cabanas so you still have a view to the ocean from them. The Owners house is set back a bit from the beach, but there is nothing in front of it so you have a direct beach view. The owners’ house was being remodeled while we were there and it looks like it is going to be very nice for a family or group. The owners’ house and the ambassador cabana are the only ones with hot water, if you must have hot water. We didn’t feel it was necessary.

The property overall is gorgeous. The beach stretches for about 20 miles, and outside of the nearby fishing village, there is no one around. The ocean is nice for swimming there as it stays shallow quite a ways out. The main dining palapa is comfortable and a nice place to hang out at any time, with rocking chairs, tables, etc. There is also a tiki bar that has great hammocks for lazing about during the day or night. At night, Mike and Stacy bring out a TV and DVD player for ‘movies under the stars’.

Mike and Stacy are the owners and hosts of RBR. These two American ex-pats bring a unique blend of empathy and humor to the difficult job of running a resort in Nicaragua. They work hard to attract, train and maintain good local employees. Although they can appear pretty casual, the highest standards of service and cleanliness are always top of mind. They make every effort to ensure their guests requests are satisfied (not always easy when the nearest store is an hour away). They also have great stories to share about living and working in Nicaragua.

In addition to Mike and Stacy, there are several staff members that deserve mentioning: Jesus, who was our main tour guide for the volcano and kayaking (more on those later); Maria, who provides excellent meals and service; Ramone, the equivalent of the staff GM, and Sergio who is a trained massage therapist/esthetician in addition to helping cook the meals. These folks really made our stay special with their friendly and gracious service.

There is also a ‘staff’ of animals at the resort. Don Guido the parrot will be your friend if you feed him some sunflower seeds (ask Stacy to tell you the story of his ‘bird-napping’). Coquetta and her son King King (the dog so nice they named him twice), will hang out with you – especially during mealtime. They are both gentle and sweet dogs. The Great White (you will just need to see it) and Lluvia the cat (another story Stacy must share!) roam the property. Priscilla and Lisa Marie are the resident pigs (and garbage disposals) – don’t worry they are kept well away from the guest areas.

Although we could have spent all our time in the hammocks and enjoying the ocean, we did do a few ‘adventures’ as part of our Mechapa Papa package…

The Volcano Tour: Jesus was our driver and guide to Cosiquina. The drive to the start is about an hour. It is about 2 to 3 hours up and 1 ½ to 2 hours down. Jesus (who is also known as ‘El Toro’) sets a brisk pace at the start. We had a little giggle when he grabbed his machete and his Disney ‘Cars’ themed backpack (I guess no one teases him about that). According to Mike and Stacy, the hike can vary depending on the trails, but we found that that there was a difficult section in the middle and the last bit at the end is very rocky. Once at the top, the views from and into the volcano are really beautiful. We stopped on the way back at a local restaurant recommended by Mike and Stacy – the food was fresh and good.

‘The real Nicaragua tour’: This is not one of the tours offered by RBR, but rather what we named our adventure on the way home from the volcano tour. About 2 kilometers outside of Potosi (where we had lunch), we got a flat tire on the pickup truck. Jesus began to change the tire, and realized that a piece of the tool needed to access the spare was missing. With good old Nicaraguan ingenuity, he found a way to make it work. When he finally got the spare out from under the truck, we discovered it was pretty flat as well. Jesus put the spare on and tried to limp along slowly down the road. As we were moving slowly along, he kept trying to use his cell phone to call Mike and Stacy, but we were in an area with no reception. Finally, he decided he could not continue on the tire, so we stopped in a little area where people had put up some homes (not really a town, so to speak). Jesus tried to find a pump at all the local residences, but no luck. In a stroke of genius, he paid a local kid to take the truck tire on his bicycle to the nearest town to have it filled. We called that the Nicaraguan AAA. It took several hours between the first flat and finally getting the tire on and fixed, so we used that time to learn how to say a few words in Spanish and to teach Jesus some English (he now knows ‘flat tire’). By the time we got back to the resort, we were suffering a bit of heat exhaustion – which pretty much knocked us out for a day. It turns out the truck was borrowed from a friend (and all new tires were put on the next day). I tell this story not to lay blame or complain (we thought Jesus did absolutely the best job he could in the situation), but rather to let people know that Nicaragua is still fairly undeveloped in some areas, and you need to be prepared for anything. As Stacy says ‘this ain’t Disneyland’. We had planned to take a break the next day anyhow, so being a little off for a day was fine. Mike and Stacy really went out of their way to make sure we had whatever we needed as we rested (including trying to get peanut butter!).

Kayaking the Estero: Jesus was our guide again (along with Mykol). It is a quick drive to where you launch the Kayaks. Jesus and Mykol do most of the paddling (you can do as much or as little as you want). It is a beautiful ride, perfectly quiet with many different types of birds to see. At the beginning (and end) you go through some pretty thick Mangrove swamps. It is a round trip out to ‘Champagne Island’. We went at high tide, so Champagne island was pretty much under water. But you can still stop for a beer (the cooler always comes along with beer) and a swim. And, the good news is Kayaks can’t get flats!!

Horseback riding (swimming with your horse): The tour starts at a lovely hacienda that used to be a hotel. The horses are well cared for and well behaved. It is about a two hour round trip and only a small portion of it really has the horses swimming (but still a neat thing if you have never done it). The views of the surrounding countryside and of the mountains are fantastic! I wish we spoke better Spanish, as our guide did not speak English. At this time, there were a lot of lily pads in the water (it is usually clear), but it is still a trip worth taking. Make sure to wear old shoes (or water shoes) and a hat (there are several sections where you cross open fields and the sun can get hot!).

Motorcycle riding: RBR has two dual-sport motorcycles (a 175 and a 650). We actually took them on two separate mornings. The first morning we went North up the beach (you need to go at low tide), which is just a short ride over to the end where there are some great rock formations, tide pools, etc. The second day we took a longer ride in the other direction to the Estuary. It is probably a 20 minute ride down the beach (maybe 10 or 15 miles) – during that ride we saw one boy on a horse. It is like having the whole beach to yourself. At the estuary, you can swim or just take in even more spectacular views. Riding on the beach is great, as there is no one on it (you just need to stick close to the water to avoid the soft sand).
Crab Hunting: Remember when you were a carefree teenager? That is crab hunting. It starts near the end of dinner when Mike says ‘If I can get the car on the beach, do you want to go crab hunting?’ After that, it is music blaring from the car stereo, driving down the beach in the dark and Mike honking when he “shines’ crabs ahead of you. Many styles of catching can be applied (tennis swoop, soccer goalie and ‘mesmerize’), but mostly you end up sandy, winded and laughing your butt off! Great fun – even King King joins in! And the crab chowder the next day is amazing! We haven’t laughed that hard in ages. Ask Stacy “Do you believe in miracles?”.

Sea Turtles: As a special bonus, one night Mike came to our cabana and said ‘sorry to bother you, but a turtle just laid eggs on the beach, do you want to come see her?’. What an amazing opportunity. Even though it was December (which is a little late for turtles to be laying eggs), one had come ashore, dug her nest and laid her eggs. It was truly awe-inspiring to see her making her way back to the surf. According to Mike and Stacy, if the eggs survive and hatch, the turtles will return there each year when they are mature to lay their eggs. Watching this beautiful, prehistoric beast make her way back into the ocean following her genetic programming was truly one of the high points of our trip.

Surfing: One the other guests had hired a surf instructor for the week and one afternoon, she let us ‘borrow’ him (Thanks Tammy!). Norben was a great ‘surf valet’. He gave us instructions on how to paddle and pop up and then actually helped us get out into the waves and positioned. He took care of a lot of the work of paddling out so that we could focus on learning. Managed to get up and stay up after about a ½ dozen tries. It was lots of fun. We plan to try that again!

The gorgeous property and endless beach are enough to give this property 5 stars, but when you add in the service and hospitality that Mike and Stacy and the team offer, this is truly a gem. Remember, though, that you are still in a very rural area of Nicaragua – there are still some very rustic areas, and the trip from the airport to the property is quite long (but worth it). This property is excellent for people who are well travelled and like to experience a little bit of the real culture of an area while still feeling safe. If you are expecting a Four Seasons or a day at Disneyland, this is not for you. But if you want genuinely warm and gracious hosts, with an amazing beach and total relaxation, check out RBR.

We are already trying to plan our return trip!

  • Stayed December 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed November 18, 2012

Couldn't have asked for a more perfect vacation. Mike and Stacy are amazing people and the entire staff is so accommodating. If you want it just ask! The food was fantastic.It was a romantic, relaxing adventure. Our only advice is... If you wish to drive from the airport get a truck and make sure you can speak Spanish! We had the best time in our hammock drinking and then going horse backriding. Kyaks are available as well as motorcycle riding ( down the beach!) and surfing! So much fun!!! We miss you Mike and Stacy thank you for such an awesome time.
M&R

  • Stayed November 2012
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Reviewed November 14, 2012

I want to start with, I am also a hotel owner in Nicaragua. I went to Redwood to disconnect from my busy schedule and as I arrived, I was quickly greeted by The owners, which have stayed in my hotel before. I instantly felt welcome as a friend to their home, rather then a guest at a hotel. They staff is very friendly and helpful. They offered many choices of adventures we could do in the area, and created great meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. My girlfriend and I enjoyed the beautiful cabana on the beach and our deck with rockers and a hammock. I could have not asked for a better time there. I am already thinking of going back the next chance I get.

  • Stayed November 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed September 23, 2012

Yes I rated this wonderful resort 5/5 stars---even though my review may start off a bit rough, always best to finish strong!! http://www.redwoodbeachresort.com/
I found this resort via a few Nica forums I partake in, and majority gave it glowing reviews, so we decided; why not give it a try!

It is only approx 130 miles from Managua, so one thinks 2 hours—well that’s only if you have never been to Nicaragua! The roads are great (except last 15 km) but there are many older vehicles on the roads that can barely do 60 km, rogue cows and the occasion celebrating drunken Nica!! So it’s more like a 3.5 hour trip!! But it is a trip that is full of scenery, so one would be silly to rush—sit back and enjoy it!! That should be your motto when driving in Nica—otherwise you’re going to become a casualty!!

As mentioned, the last 15km is a bit rough!! So take it slow and enjoy the scenery. It is hard packed, rough, but the beauty of the surrounding area trumps the roughness—and on the bright side; rain is probably not going to affect it much!! I think it took approx 20 min to drive that last stretch, but I took it slow and enjoyed the scenery—as you should, as your on holidays in a beautiful country!!

Upon arrival we were greeted by the owners—Mike & Stacy-- which was a nice personalized touch and they took us on a tour of the property.

The cabins are feet away from the ocean!! We stayed in the Ambassador cabin and it was wonderful!! I believe it’s the only cabin (besides the owners cabin and possibly the cabin that is being built) that has hot water and satellite TV (check their web page) Water pressure was a bit weak, but suffice. Room was spacious and clean, and of course had a great deck with a hammock to sit and chill and enjoy the wonderful view!! Nice small bar fridge to keep drinks cold!! It was great to sit outside, read our books and hear the ocean!! Which we did a lot on arrival (Saturday) As well I should mention there are outside showers to rinse off, which had more than ample pressure to rinse off our dog; yes they are very dog friendly

One of the highlights of the trip was crab catching Saturday night after supper!! One of their workers drove our CRV out onto the beach at NIGHT (low tide)!! Using the vehicles headlights, you chase after and catch the crabs (with gloves) and it is a HOOT!!! The crabs move very fast, so one has to move and move and an occasional dive!! We sweated, we laughed and we laughed some more!! It was soooo much fun!! And they cleaned the crab and made a wonderful cream soup which we enjoyed the next day.

Sunday was to be occupied with hiking Cosiguina volcano and Horseback riding from a ranch. We had some mixed up communications and thought the hike was a total of 2 hours! Which if you go 1 route, is about that—but we went another route and it was more like 2-3 hours up and then one has to come down!! So a bit of mixed up communications, so stuff like that happens no biggy!! We made it approx 1 hr 10 min into the hike when we asked the guide how much longer and he said close to 2 more hrs? So due to the horseback riding scheduled for early afternoon, we decided to turn back! We personally did not enjoy the hike—not for exercise, that was great, scenery was great, BUT at that time there was quite a few grazing cows and horses—which left a lot of horse/cow crap on the trail! So one had to spend a fair bit of time watching the ground, so one does not step in crap!! But maybe its not always like that! And maybe the shorter route doesn’t have that obstacle!! It took us nearly 1.5 hrs to drive from the resort to the start of the hike---But I drive slow as I quite like my CRV. We were disappointed we didn’t get to the top, but still enjoyed the scenery!! Ensure one brings plenty of water, a camelback would be superb in this situation!! Nica is normally always hot, so water is a must.
We had lunch at a place that was close by the start of the volcano hike and it was great! Stacy recommended it!!

Then it was off to ride horses!! The horses were very well looked after—which was very important to us (one sees a lot of malnourished horses/dogs in Nica)!! Ranch was a working farm and quite beautiful. Our guide was wonderful (only spoke Spanish) He was a true guide, explaining the surroundings as we went. The horses were great, well behaved and one felt very safe! Quite a bit of the ride was through a marsh which was very cool and even got to SWIM a bit on the horse!! Awesome!! Ensure you put your wallet//camera in a plastic zip loc bag!! Was an awesome ride!! At the end, back at the ranch, one could have a shower, and they even had a small restaurant!! I should also mention we did the ride on a Sunday and normally the farm is closed, but they went the extra mile to accommodate us! Was a 10/10 ride!!!

As we were enjoying ourselves on Sunday we had to leave our wonderful dog back at the cabin! Mike & Stacy had no problems looking after our dog! Making sure she was taken out to do her bathroom things!! They even went above and beyond and kept her with them safely tied up! They are true animal people and they knew the importance of our dog to us—so they would never put her safety in jeopardy! As well they sponsor an initiative that in laymen terms-- gives a year birth control for the female dogs in the area!! They found that spaying dogs had as high death rate—probably due to infection—so 1 needle gave 1 year of birth control for a dog and is very safe. So they are not just running a business, they are making a difference in the community.

What have I missed?? Oh yes the food!! The food is GREAT!!! The menu is fairly small, but I guess if you email them in advance, they would be very accommodating!!! We loved the food!! It tasted super, very fresh (Stacey walked down the beach and bought the fish form the fishermen) and was the right portion!! The staff was great!! You’re dealing with a small operation, so if you have any problems, it’s going to be dealt with right away---the owners live there!!!

As well there are miles and miles and miles of beach!! It’s like you have your own private beach! We were told when other beaches are jam packed; this beach is still very empty—Even if they have all their cabins sold out!! PARADISE!!

So in review we had a GREAT relaxing time!!! The biggest negative is the bumpy road, but big deal, take your time and enjoy the scenery,—you’re on holidays(yes not much of a negative) The owners are great, very dog friendly people, food is super and fresh and it’s a very relaxing time!! Miles and miles of beach await your arrival. The horseback riding was soo much better than your normal “trail” riding. Not much else to say other than the owners are on premise and they are great people and we had a very relaxing time!!--Our fussy dog Anna, approves this message!

Room Tip: If hot water is a must, then one requires the Ambassadors cabin.
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  • Stayed September 2012, traveled as a couple
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Property: Redwood Beach Resort
Address: 100 Beach Way | 65 km NW de Chinandega, 10 km W de Cosiguina, Mechapa, Nicaragua
Location: Nicaragua > Chinandega Department > Mechapa
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Beverage Selection Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service
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Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Mechapa
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$
Hotel Class:3 star — Redwood Beach Resort 3*
Number of rooms: 7
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Redwood Beach Resort is located on the beach in Mechapa, Nicaragua. Each of our beautiful villas have a large private bathroom, private balcony, air conditioning, and a breathtaking view of a secluded, clean, and safe beach. Our oceanfront restaurant serves fresh seafood dishes and international cuisine. We offer the Mechapa Papa All-Inclusive Tour. The resort also offers adventure tour packages and activities, including ocean fishing, kayaking the Estero Padre Ramos, horseback riding, tours of the Volcano Cosiguina, motorcycle and quadcycle rentals, and more. Truly a Hidden Paradise! Our passion is customizing your vacation stay so that you leave with incredible memories and an unforgettable trip. ... more   less 
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